Ad­here to val­ues of hon­esty, says Naidu

The Asian Age - - Nation -

Shil­long: Ad­mit­ting that “bank scams tar­nish the im­age” of the coun­try, vi­cepres­i­dent Venka­iah K. Naidu on Mon­day said the lead­ers of Brand In­dia should pos­sess “un­com­pro­mis­ing hon­esty, in­tegrity and eth­i­cal val­ues”. The ab­sence of fear for law among some peo­ple has led to the in­crease of scams over the years, Mr Naidu said at the con­vo­ca­tion cer­e­mony of IIMShil­long. “It is im­por­tant to ad­here to val­ues of hon­esty, in­tegrity, truth­ful­ness and adopt the best prac­tices. Cor­po­rate ethics should not be vi­o­lated,” he said. He also quoted the Asian De­vel­op­ment Bank pre­dic­tions about In­dia’s eco­nomic growth to say there will be op­por­tu­ni­ties ga­lore for young peo­ple in the com­ing years.

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